February 28, 2011

Gorgeous and Glamorous Earrings

Where were these while I was planning my wedding?!?!
Seriously, these are fabulous. We all know I'm a big fan of a pop of color in a bridal ensemble and Lara Lewis' shop is just the place to get it. They have a wide array of glamorous accessories just perfect for your big day or any day. Find these earrings here and be sure to take a look at the rest of the shop!

February 25, 2011

Ivory Satin Hair Clips

This set of two ivory satin hair flowers are made especially sweet by their rhinestone centers. They're only $14 for two handmade flowers and measure about two inches across. Find them (and many more great bridal accessories) here at Saras Boutique.

February 23, 2011

Candlestick Topiary

I love the way this candlestick topiary looks! It looks like they'd be pretty easy to mass produce for centerpieces. I have an image in my head of all of them being slightly different looks and heights. I love it! They wouldn't be to expensive either, which we definitely love over here! Check out the full tutorial at Stay at home Artist here.

February 21, 2011

Doilie Cupcake Skirt

Everything about this picture is sweetness! I love the lace peeking out from beneath that fluffy frosting, I love the glittery sprinkles, and I think the rhinestones gave it just a little oomph to drive the girlie look home. The "skirt" is surprisingly simple to make and these would make a BIG impact on a desert table. Find the tutorial from No Fuss Fabulous here.

February 18, 2011

White Chocolate Doily Pops

These delicate doilies are made of piped white chocolate and look so sweet and feminine. I can image them as wedding favors or as the goodies at a girly bridal shower. As a bonus, the technique isn't as complicated as the results look so you get a lot of impact for your effort. Find the full tutorial (and more lovely pictures) here at Mega Crafty.

February 16, 2011

Ribbon Bridesmaid Bouquets

These sweet bouquets only cost $3 a pop to make. Can you believe that? I think they're totally unique and that pale pink makes them especially charming. Find the tutorial here.

February 14, 2011

Ivory Flower Fascinator

Happy Valentine's Day DeeLovelies! I hope you get to spend this day with the one you adore!
If you're in the mood to do a little online shopping, be sure to check out Flourish's etsy shop.
One of my favorites from the shop is this gorgeous bridal hair clip. The combination of satin, feathers, and pearl in this fascinator give it a simple elegance that would be stunning in any bridal hairstyle.
Purchase it here.

February 11, 2011

Brooches to Statement Necklace

I think these eye catching necklaces would look great on a bride, but my first vision of them was all in a row on bridesmaids. They would create such a great vintage vibe and they make a great gift for your girlies.
Find out how to make these stunners from Martha Stewart here.

February 9, 2011

These roses aren't real

No seriously, they aren't. They're made from coffee filters and they're simply stunning. They seem a bit labor intensive, but would be worth the work for a gorgeous wedding bouquet.
Find the tutorial here.

February 7, 2011

Art Deco Earrings- Etsy Find

I am completely and utterly in love with these decadent earrings from the Mod Wedding shop on etsy. Priced at under $30, these make a gorgeous (and budget conscious) finishing touch for a wedding ensemble and would ensure that all eyes are on you. Pop on over to Mod Wedding and take a look at all of the gorgeous accessories they have in store.
Buy this pair here.

February 4, 2011

Lace Envelopes

Hellen from We Love Laugh Kiss created these gorgeous envelopes from simple paper doilies. They add such a playful, feminine touch to their wedding invite. Find the tutorial and more pictures of these unique envelopes here.

February 2, 2011

Naughty Bachelorette Card/Invites

This clever card is the inspiration for Monday's sugar cookies. These would make great invites for a lingerie themed bridal shower, bachelorette party, or as a card for one of those events. I love the lace detail! See the tutorial from Polka Dot Thought here.